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The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and TERI University have launched a hub to build capacity for the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) Initiative.

The hub, called the Specialized Training, Education and Experiential Resources (STEER), will blend the research and training expertise of TERI and TERI University to build stakeholder confidence to achieve the goals of SE4ALL by empowering individuals and institutions along the entire energy value chain.

se4all.terri.terriunive4 June 2014: The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and TERI University have launched a hub to build capacity for the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) Initiative. The hub, called the Specialized Training, Education and Experiential Resources (STEER), will blend the research and training expertise of TERI and TERI University to build stakeholder confidence to achieve the goals of SE4ALL by empowering individuals and institutions along the entire energy value chain.

STEER will take a broad-based capacity building approach to provide people from government, businesses, non-profit organizations and universities with the will and skills they need to advance the SE4ALL agenda. It will also facilitate human resource and organizational development and institutional and legal frameworks.

“Creating appropriate capacity and knowhow at every level of society is an essential ingredient for the success of SE4All,” said Rajendra Pachauri, TERI, at the launch, which took place during a panel discussion at the First SE4ALL Forum, held from 4-6 June 2014, in New York, US. Panelists also included Kandeh Yumkella, SE4ALL, and Silas Lwakabamba, Minister of Infrastructure, Rwanda. [TERI Press Release] [IISD RS Coverage of SE4ALL Forum] [IISD RS Story on SE4ALL Forum]


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